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  • Hundreds walk for life at cancer fundraiser

    Hundreds walk for life at cancer fundraiser
    It seems that everyone knows someone affected by cancer. Hundreds of bags representing those who have fought or are fighting cancer lined the path that ran through Lake Zurich's Paulus Park on June 6, where the Lake Zurich Area, Wauconda and Island...
  • Shout Out: Julie Tejkowski, village employee

    Shout Out: Julie Tejkowski, village employee
    Julie Tejkowski, a Burr Ridge building and zoning assistant, answered these questions at the Burr Ridge Village Hall. Q: Where do you live? A: Lemont Q: Where did you grow up? A: Chicago's Gage Park neighborhood Q: Family? A: I have been...
  • New Middle Peninsula transit facility up and running

    New Middle Peninsula transit facility up and running
    The new $5 million Middle Peninsula Regional Transit Facility in Gloucester will officially open during a dedication ceremony on Thursday. Bay Transit, a division of Bay Aging, will host a ribbon cutting and open house for local officials and...
  • Tickets now on sale for "Menopause The Musical" in Clermont this fall

    Tickets now on sale for "Menopause The Musical" in Clermont this fall
    Tickets are now on sale for “Menopause The Musical: The Survivor Tour,” the production coming to the Clermont Performing Arts Center at 3700 S. U.S. 27 in November. The production will donate $2 of every ticket sold to Susan G. Komen to help...
  • New Kid Danny Wood hangs tough in Miami

    New Kid Danny Wood hangs tough in Miami
    Sorry, but it's just too obvious: Danny Wood has lived in the Miami area for 17 years, so he isn't exactly a new kid on the block. "The weather and the beaches are great for me and I can live a very normal life," says Wood, who lives in the San Souci...
  • Health Calendar: Relay for Life event June 20 in Waukegan

    Health screenings, events and support groups throughout the county. EVENTS FOOT CARE: Complimenary foot care will be provided by Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine at 1 p.m. June 18 at Park Place Senior Center, 313 S. Lewis Ave. Appointmnet...
  • FIU's prosthetic designed to deliver hand sensations to amputees

    FIU's prosthetic designed to deliver hand sensations to amputees
    Perhaps a prosthetic system designed at Florida International University will become the next miracle product for amputees. But even the most amazing technology needs a plan to market and sell it. The technology, which restores sensations from the...
  • Pre-register for butter aerobics fundraiser

    Preregistration is required for the Feel the Churn Butter Aerobics, to be held from 6 to 7 p.m. June 17 at the Mount Airy Farmers' Market, 3 N. Main St., Mount Airy. Mount Airy Women in Motion are hosting the fundraiser to benefit Mount Airy's Making...
  • I'm a feminist. Here's why I don't support the 'female Viagra.'

    I'm a feminist. Here's why I don't support the 'female Viagra.'
    For the first time ever, a committee of scientific advisers has recommended the FDA approve a libido drug for women. "Female Viagra" could be on pharmacy shelves by early next year if the FDA follows that recommendation. Many women's health advocates...
  • Medical marijuana push to resume

    Get ready for John Morgan's Traveling Marijuana Medicine Show 2.0. United For Care, which last year put a failed constitutional amendment proposal on the November election ballot, expects to begin its main petition push in a matter of weeks to get a new...
  • Doctor, who survived breast cancer, top fundraiser for Avon walk

    Dr. Lori Anderson was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer in 2013. But the longtime Arlington Heights obstetrician-gynecologist was too busy caring for her patients and tending to her family to spend much time mourning the bad news. Even after a...